Jeremy Bruskotter

Jeremy Bruskotter
Associate Professor
379D Kottman Hall


Curriculum Vitae


Research Interests

My research is centered on understanding and explaining how people make conservation-related judgments and decisions, and the intersection of such judgments with conservation policy.  I am particularly interested in how people make decisions related to the conservation of wildlife, and the origins of resource-related conflicts, especially those that involve wildlife. Much of my recent work is focused on the understanding judgments and behaviors concerning large carnivores.

  • Natural resources-related values, attitudes, behaviors
  • Natural resources conflicts
  • Wildlife management and policy
  • Human-wildlife conflict